KCCA CROWNED CHAMPIONS OF SUPER CUP

Kampala City Council Authority football club starts the season well with super cup trophy by beating big league side Paidha Black Angels three goas to nil.

KCCA FC boy’s celebrate one of their goals

At Wankulukuku Kampala FC outplayed the West Nile side as a results goals were witnessed from former Maroons striker Patrick Kaddu, new signing Tito Okello young star Allan Okello.

Tito Okello’s shot was diverted by Kaddu making it impossible for Paidha goal keeper Jonathan Oyirwoth to do a miracle at the 6 minutes.

Allan Okello showed an impressive skill in scoring when the teenager shot from 25 yards past Oyirwoth to double Kampala’s lead.

Paul Mucureezi assisted new signing from Tanzanian club side Mbeya City, Tito Okello to net in his debut. The boy from Western Uganda crossed from the right flank right for the tall Okello to make a finish.

Paul Mucureezi played a notable role in one of the goals

Paidha’s immediate second half substitutes masterminded by Hussein Kheri did not yield any result as Male Nsereko who came in for Jeremie Egonkonza, Ceaser Olega who replaced Julius Okumu, Francis Otim who replaced Hussein Kabaya and seemingly unable keeper Oyirwoth left the post for Stephen Odong Latek  did not do anything different.

Kampala player Oryek tried Odong with a powerful header from Julius Poloto’s cross that came from the right flank.

Kampala FC’s retained trophy was awarded by the FUFA president Moses Magogo and his assistant Darius Mugoye.

Whereas Kampala’s goal keeper Charles Lukwago was recognized as the man of the match.

KCCA starting XI

Charles Lukwago (24), Dennis Okot Oola (16), Habib Kavuma (2), Filbert Obenchan (13), Isaac Kirabira (15), Ibrahim Wamanah (4), Paul Mucureezi (14), Mustapha Kizza (12), Patrick Kaddu (9), Tito Okello (11), Allan Okello (5)

Paidha starting XI

Jonathan Oyirwoth (G.K), Andrew Kidega (19), Cheka Sabiri (20), Julius Okumu (5), Khalid Odagiu (13), Hussein Kabaya (15), Stephen Mwaka (4) Shaban Farouk (6), Blaise Kasiki (8), Cromwel Rwothemio (7), Male Nsereko (14)

Photo Credit: KCCA archives

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